7 Strange Plastic Surgery Procedures on MSNBC.com
- Posted on: Nov 28 2009
There is an interesting slide show on MSNBC.com listing 7 Strange Plastic Surgery Procedures. Here they are, and whether or not I perform them:
1. Cankle Lipo – I do this surgery occasionally, but there is a high risk of fluid collections and other complications.
2. Earlobe Lift – This is a surgery I perform often, and recently discussed the “Pac Man Earlobe Lift” on the Fox News Channel.
3. Fillers in Your Feet – Mostly done by podiatrists.
4. Golf Ball Chin – As popularized by Chef Gordon Ramsay. I almost never inject Botox here, since people almost never ask for it.
5. Radish Calf – Huh? What the heck is this?
6. Knee Lipo – I do this all the time, mainly to the inner knee fat.
7. Necklace Lines – This is a silly name given to neck wrinkles. They are very difficult to get rid of, like the wrinkles in the palm of your hand. A good facelift may marginally improve them, but they are there to stay.
Here are two more strange, but true, surgeries they left out: Dimple Creation and Second Toe Shortening.
For the MSNBC article, click here.
Thanks for reading.
Michigan-based Plastic Surgeon
Anthony Youn, M.D.
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